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Why Live Action Always Beats Motion Graphics
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Why Live Action Always Beats Motion Graphics

It seems to be the easiest path to becoming this generation’s George Méliès. You download a couple of graphic templates, throw them into your favorite video editing software, and you now have ‘industry standard’ motion graphics for your next YouTube video. The only problem is, video creators far too often fall into the same snag...

Global Suicide Rates Analysis & Prediction Model
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Global Suicide Rates Analysis & Prediction Model

As per the World Health Organization (WHO), almost 800,000 people die every year from suicides. For each suicide that reaches it’s intended conclusion, there are 20 additional attempts that fail. For this reason, suicide prevention has been identified as a primary health objective by major health organizations, spearheaded by the World Health Organization. The most...

Is DataQuest the best self-learning platform for Data Science?
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Is DataQuest the best self-learning platform for Data Science?

If you are an absolute beginner, DataQuest just might be the best way to learn data science. That’s the conclusion I reached after months of using their online platform. I have to admit, it’s quite a claim. There are obvious alternatives like DataCamp – the online market leader, MOOCs offered by major universities as well...

Running A Small Business? You Need A Performer Partner Team
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Running A Small Business? You Need A Performer Partner Team

Running a small business is one of the toughest things you will do in your life. Strapped for cash, you probably don’t have the funds to hire the best talent or utilize the latest technologies to help you scale. We have all been there. It’s a situation in which you can envision both high-level strategy...

Stick To Your Niche: Why Content Focus Is Critical
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Stick To Your Niche: Why Content Focus Is Critical

Diversification is great. That is, provided that you have the resources. It makes little sense to diversify your stock portfolio with $1000 in hand. Firstly, you won’t be minimizing risk through diversification. The extra transactional costs will result in immediate inefficiencies when you scale them against the returns. Secondly, you miss out on the benefits...